a little bit of browning from age. although it's not that old. >> woman: no, 47 years. >> appraiser: it's dated here 1963, and here's the artist's name there. it's wonderful. and, you know, it's got a sort of "picasso-y" feel to it. it's very modern in its feel. do you like it? >> woman: oh, i love it. i've loved it ever since i was a child. >> appraiser: really? >> woman: yeah. >> appraiser: and now the great thing is the valuation, isn't it? >> woman: yes. >> appraiser: well, i think it's incredibly nice, and because the indian market's changed dramatically, if you brought it to me in 1963, i have to say i'd have probably said £100 pounds. but today i think this is worth sort of £5,000 to 7,000. >> woman: oh my god! >> appraiser: that's not bad. >> woman: no, it's brilliant. >> appraiser: and interestingly, i bet the chairs are not worth anything like that. >> woman: no, i expect not. although we still do have a couple. >> appraiser: oh, do you? >> woman: yeah. >> appraiser: let's bring them into the next roadshow .